Austro-American Association of Boston Stipend


To promote the understanding and dissemination of Austrian culture.

The award is limited to individuals living or studying in New England. Projects funded in the past have included the preparation of musical or dramatic performances, the facilitation of appropriate publications and research trips to Austria. Culture is defined to include the humanities and the arts. The recipient may be asked to present the results of the project at an event of the Austro-American Association. The award may not be used to pay tuition fees at a college or university in New England.


Junior faculty members and students enrolled in a college in New England.

Quantity Available



  • Annual
  • Dependent on funds available

Award Value


Application procedure

Applicants must submit a detailed description of the project including the reasons for selecting it, a curriculum vitae and two letters of recommendation from faculty members who know the applicant well and can comment on the feasibility of the project.

Closing date

April 1st


Association members

Study Level

  • Unrestricted

Austro-American Association of Boston

Membership of the Austro-American Association of Boston is open to any individual interested in any aspect of Austrian history, economy, culture, politics and tourism. The association conducts meetings and get togethers focussing on events and experiences related to Austria.

Contact Details

More information

For more information regarding this award, please contact the Austro-American Association of Boston by using the links below.


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